Apple announced the premiere of the new Apple TV series “Home Before Dark” at Sunday’s Television Critics Association panel meeting, according tomedia. The new play is inspired by a report by hilde Lysiak, a young investigative journalist, and focuses on a little girl who moves from Brooklyn to a lakeside town. Hilde, played by child star Brooklynn Prince, will investigate a hanging case that everyone, including her father, is trying to bury.
It is reported that “Home Before Dark” has a total of 10 episodes, each about 1 hour long. The first season of the show has been produced and has been renewed for the second season.
Produced by Anonymous Content and Paramount Television Studios, the show is directed by Jon M. Chu, director of Mad Asian Rich.
The show will premiere on Apple’s streaming service on April 3, 2020.